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Welcome to the Domestic Abuse Unchurched podcast. Each week we'll be stepping into the void and addressing the issue of domestic abuse in the church. Unchurched means 'not belonging to or connected with a church'. Domestic abuse ought not to belong or have any connection with the church. The church ought to be a place that promotes salvation (preservation or deliverance from harm, ruin or loss) for all who call on the name of Jesus Christ. It's time to step-up and no longer side-step.
 
A show dedicated to those who think they may be living in or are recovering from domestic abuse /narcissistic/ antisocial abuse. A soft approach that teaches the importance of self worth. Domestic abuse is defined as any pattern of behavior in a relationship that is used to gain or maintain power and control over an intimate partner. Abuse is psychological, physical, sexual, and sometimes financial. Behaviors that frighten, intimidate, terrorize, manipulate, hurt, or wound are abusive. More ...
 
I am domestic abuse survivor ,a mother and a warrior on a mission to fight the battle in efforts to emancipate others who suffer at the hands of their abuser, victims who are still living with the devastation domestic abuse.My podcast follows my survivor story and those of other brave survivors.The podcast will also feature guest speakers who have knowledge and experience of working in the field as well as guests who are survivors,domestic abuse champions and ambassadors.I carried the shame ...
 
Finding me is a bi-monthly podcast helping women transition from barely surviving to truly thriving after escaping domestic abuse. The cases of domestic abuse is rising at an exponential rate, much of the effort by the police and civil agencies and charities is focused on getting women and children out of immediate danger, whilst it is of course the right thing to do, it is not where the story ends. A woman who has experienced domestic abuse, will often suffer the ramifications of that abuse ...
 
I’m Mickie Zada and I lived in abuse…for 34 years…from age 19 until I was 53. I believe we create our realities, and I chose to stay in a damaging relationship for so long because I thought it was my Calling. I was wrong. I changed me. I am now an enthusiastic participant in Life. “The words ‘I am’ are potent words; be careful what you hitch them to. The thing you’re claiming has a way of reaching back and claiming you.” A.L. Kitselman I am a strong woman, a fabulous woman, over 60 years old ...
 
'The Hidden Self.' (YouTube and Facebook.) Brothers Cris and Jay look at a more in depth aspect to both the perpetrator and victim in domestic violence situations as well as abuse in the workplace where boundaries are vague between rudeness and sheer mental and physical abuse. They also discuss one's ability to think more about what we think and how that can have a massive positive impact on who we are and how we treat others. Contains some coarse language.
 
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Craig Clark, senior leader of Brave Church in Oswaldtwistle, East Lancashire is one of a number of conscientious leaders who have chosen to speak up and stand against domestic abuse. Craig's previous role as a social worker enables him not to shy away from challenging issues such as domestic abuse. If you are affected by anyhting that's discussed i…
 
This is a short introduction episode of Domestic Abuse Unchurched. This podcast was inspired by the need to help address the issue of domestic abuse in the church. I am joined by various senior church leaders and leaders of organisations that tackle the issue of violence against women, to talk about this issue of domestic abuse.…
 
In this episode I am joined by Anthony Delaney, senior leader of Ivy Church Manchester, UK. Anthony's frank and open style of discussing the matter of domestic abuse provides a rich addition to the issue. His previous experience in the police force as well as his current role as a church leader provide a framework for addressing domestic abuse.…
 
Trigger warning, intimate partner violence is discussed. I’m not ashamed- I’m a survivor. Psychopathy is defined as a mental (antisocial) disorder in which an individual manifests amoral and antisocial behavior, shows a lack of ability to love or establish meaningful personal relationships, expresses extreme egocentricity, and demonstrates a failur…
 
This episode features Dr. Michelle Finneran discussing why abusive patterns are repeated through generational trauma and how the mother/ daughter dynamic effects us when our mom suffers from abuse in front of us growing up. Individualization from family origin and being the cycle breaker is also discussed. For K & M❤️…
 
A returning guest ,Zoe Dronfield , speaks to us about her journey of penning her lived experience of Domestic abuse in her book"Mind over Manipulators" , Family Court atrocities and a vital piece of work she is working on to help other victim/survivors recover and heal If you find need support please call : NATIONAL DOMESTIC ABUSE HELPLINE 0808 200…
 
This episode focuses on gaining insight into how abusers use pity, guilt, and blame shifting to distract us from their hurtful behavior. Description of how we get to a point where we feel like we are the abusive partner, and chronically believe we are the cause and are responsible for the pain we experience with an abusive partner. How to trust you…
 
You've been in a relationship for many years, many of which have been characterised by abuse. You have finally found the strength to leave and move on. Nevertheless, you must co-parent with the person who caused you so much pain and anguish. In today's episode, we discuss some essential tips for co-parenting with an abusive ex.…
 
https://gofund.me/eaf6aafd Today I speak with Joy Lange , the Director of St.Anne's Home , shelter for destitute ,abused and disadvantaged mother's and children where care and empowerment is in abundance . St.Anne's home is motivated by the principle empowerment and they do their best to enable distressed and disadvantaged women and their children …
 
We are discussing the different phases of breakup and how to deal with them. There are all these feelings of loss that women can't handle, and this can lead people to return to a relationship no matter how bad it is. Knowing and understanding the phases means you are more likely to successfully advance through each stage and not go back to an abuse…
 
After experiencing abuse, women often put themselves and their own self care last on their list of priories, especially when children are involved. The reality is, if you don't look after yourself and spend time on your positive inner voice, your ability to look after anyone else's needs is greatly reduced. In today's show, our special guest is Mic…
 
This episode focuses on the trauma bond formed from triangulation. How continuous cheating creates intermittent wounding and the effects of the “reuniting” stage. Abuser’s tactics to keep the victim in the relationship, blame shifting, and gas lighting are also discussed.
 
The terms 'Narcissist' or 'Narcissism' is being used with increasing frequency in recent times. With guest and resident Relationship Councillor, Elaine Conway we discuss what the term really means, and whether women can have a successful relationship with someone who is on the narcissist spectrum.Kirjoittanut Natalie W
 
In this series, we are hearing direct from survivors of abuse. Today's show we hear from Diem Mooney. Diem is a male survivor of abuse, from a relationship which lasted seven years. Diem found the courage to get out, with his young son, in 2019, we will hear about how Diem rebuilt his life and the advice he offers to others in the same situation.…
 
Alissa is my special guest on this first episode of Season 2 as promised . Alissa is a trans-women who has just recently come out , she is 25 years old . A child and adult victim/survivor of domestic abuse . Alissa is from Belgium but lives in Austria. Her heartbreaking struggles with childhood domestic abuse stretching far into her adulthood along…
 
This episode focuses on the long standing issue of abuse not being addressed in the world. Thoughts on how to respond to someone who doesn’t think you’ll be able to do anything about the silent issue that causes so many people to not fully live their life to full capacity. Contemplating pros and cons of taking legal action is also discussed.…
 
Coming out of any relationship requires a period of readjustment, never more so than when the relationship has been characterised by abuse - the old principle of changing one thing at a time is more important now more than ever. In today's show we discuss the issue of constructive dismissal with Jessy Gomez, Jessy is studying for her Phd and workin…
 
This episode focuses on the progression of developing healthy self confidence, setting goals in healing, lowering anxiety and depression, and the 4 stages of healing from abuse: recognize, accept, rise above, model. How to reframe blame and navigate forgiveness safely. A crash course in how to feel better.…
 
This episode covers what to do with the hope survivors carry that their abuser will change or “get better”. Getting back together is never an option in recovery, but a new chapter in forgiveness and being at peace can be. Where to place your hope and what the new version of a happy ending may look like. What to say when reconciliation is brought up…
 
This episode discusses the power of self validation, not needing outside validation from friends or partners, self worth, insight, and education on crazy making. How to take life inventory and make positive changes for yourself. Dating to learn and grow versus dating to fill a void is also discussed.…
 
This episode is focused on knowing who you are and being free of self doubt during interaction with toxic behavior and environments. Focusing on the difference between living in a state of confusion and fear from experiencing gaslighting and manipulation, compared to a state of inner peace and being grounded. How to not let anyone take away your in…
 
Finding Me - Rebuild YOU and your life after domestic abuse is by women for women, designed to help women rebuild their lives faster and more effectively after escaping domestic abuse. In today's show we will be talking to Elaine Conway contact@elaineconway.co.uk relationship counsellor and psychotherapist, about the role that therapy can play in s…
 
Young people experience the highest rates of domestic abuse of any age group. Professionals working with young people are in the unique position to support them to have healthy relationships during this critical window - before they harm or are harmed. They can also be there to support and speak to a young person if they are worried about their rel…
 
IT IS THE END OF SEASON 1- A final letter to Dear John NATIONAL DOMESTIC ABUSE HELPLINE 0808 2000 267 freephone and confidential OR leave a message by completing a form on the website : nationaldahelpline.org.uk You can find me on : www.domesticabusethecuttingedge.com https://domesticabusethecuttingedge.buzzsprout.com Twitter - @AbuseEdge Instagram…
 
TO THIS DAY EVERYTHING ABOUT ME HAS CHANGE AND TO THIS DAY NOTHING HAS CHANGED ABOUT JOHN. MY JOURNEY OF RECOVERY FROM THE ABUSE HAS BEEN PROFOUND IN EVERY WAY. NATIONAL DOMESTIC ABUSE HELPLINE 0808 2000 267 freephone and confidential OR leave a message by completing a form on the website : nationaldahelpline.org.uk You can find me on : www.domesti…
 
My sincere regrets that I did not have an episode uploaded last week Monday . I had a very distressful undesirable circumstance befall me just over a week ago but I refused to accept it as my final reality .Now I am back on my feet and on my journey ,so thank you for your patience . It really is worth the wait as I have a shocking interview for thi…
 
Trauma bonding is as dangerous as the abuse itself and its another super-power for the abuser to use to remain in control of the relationship. We all need to recognise this if we are to ever get anywhere near to eradicating domestic abuse. NATIONAL DOMESTIC ABUSE HELPLINE 0808 2000 267 freephone and confidential OR leave a message by completing a f…
 
Recognising the red flags , some are very obvious and others far more subtle but equally dangerous signs. NATIONAL DOMESTIC ABUSE HELPLINE 0808 2000 267 freephone and confidential OR leave a message by completing a form on the website : nationaldahelpline.org.uk You can find me on : www.domesticabusethecuttingedge.com https://domesticabusethecuttin…
 
THE TERM CODEPENDENCY: what is codependency by definition , what are the causes of it and what are the signs of codependency and how my codependency play a huge role in becoming a victim of domestic abuse . Well worth the listen. NATIONAL DOMESTIC ABUSE HELPLINE 0808 2000 267 freephone and confidential OR leave a message by completing a form on the…
 
Dear Listeners I do apologise for not having an episode for Monday gone. I completed a half marathon on Sunday for a Domestic Abuse Helpline fundraising. I unfortunately suffered from severe sunstroke after the marathon and was bedridden for two days . I am up and ready to restart Much love and light Maz Today’s guest speaker is Anon , he is a male…
 
In this episode tackles how the narcissistic abuser uses money to abuse and how they use money as a mechanism to control . What the red flags are that indicate such abuse and control NATIONAL DOMESTIC ABUSE HELPLINE 0808 2000 267 freephone and confidential OR leave a message by completing a form on the website : nationaldahelpline.org.uk You can fi…
 
My guest for this episode is Rita, mother of two and a wife to a loving husband , a survivor of domestic abuse and a very good family friend. Her story follows the traumatic abuse she suffered at the very young age of 19. NATIONAL DOMESTIC ABUSE HELPLINE 0808 2000 267 freephone and confidential OR leave a message by completing a form on the website…
 
This episode tackles the tools of control used by narcissistic abusers , which follows well from what we have heard from Natasha in the previous episode. Gaslighting, Love-bombing, Trauma bonds, Stonewalling and Threats to share intimate images. NATIONAL DOMESTIC ABUSE HELPLINE 0808 2000 267 freephone and confidential OR leave a message by completi…
 
My guest for this is Natasha Saunders , a domestic abuse survivor , a mother of 3 beautiful children and a wife to a loving husband. Natasha played a major role as a DA champion for Refuge in her powerful and significant campaigning ‘The Naked Threat’ , an amendment put forward to the DA Bill to include threats to share intimate images a crime. Nat…
 
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